Following the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh these are the arrangements as I have been instructed by the Diocese.

We are not allowed to use the books of condolence we had ready, because of Covid. However please see below for links to online books of condolence on the cathedral website and the Church of England website. There is also one I believe on the Buckingham Palace website.

However, our church will be open for private prayer on Sundays and Wednesdays 10am-4pm, with printed prayers available, and our Lenten and Easter prayer tree is still available for use in the porch.

 "Books of Condolence

The Royal Family have issued the following statement, “During the public health situation, Books of Condolence will not be available for the public to sign.”

In respect of these wishes, please direct people to the online books of condolence on the Cathedral website (click HERE) or the Church of England website (click HERE)."

 Revd KA Valentine

Rector of Pakenham Norton & Tostock with Great Ashfield Hunston & Stowlangtoft.
Assistant Diocesan Director of Ordinands.
Rural Dean of Ixworth
Tel 01359 235095

 

See Covid-19 page for Tostock coronavirus news and notices



Village Sign on the green

 Tostock is a small village about eight miles east of Bury St Edmunds and seven miles west of Stowmarket in the county of Suffolk. Tostock is a very traditional Suffolk village, with under 200 houses and around 400 residents.

The aim of this website is to:-
Promote the village of Tostock
Facilitate access to information relevant to Tostock
Provide information to both residents and the general public.